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removing Xhatch from drafting section

removing Xhatch from drafting section

removing Xhatch from drafting section

(UG version V18.0.5.2) Help needed, this should be simple but I cannot find it.
I have a Drafting Section and wish to remove the Xhatch. I know about 'edit section components in view' but this is not what I want. I want to still see through the section but without the XHA lines....any ideas.

thanks in advance

Gary Powers
Moog Controls Limited  

RE: removing Xhatch from drafting section

People,  don't panick, I have found the answer to my question under 'view display' 'section view' and unchecking 'crosshatch'

thanks anyway ......... Gary

RE: removing Xhatch from drafting section

Go to Preferences, View Display, select your view, select the section view button and uncheck crosshatch, the ok or apply.  Thats it.
Good luck.

Wayne Huseby
Goodrich Corp
Jamestown, ND 58401

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